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Description Pop Vocal - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Prestige Elite Records (Japan) - Distributor: Nova/Plastic Head - Released: 10/12/2001 - 5032427025125 more

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Description Rock & Pop - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Prestige Elite Records (Japan) - Distributor: Nova/Plastic Head - Released: 10/12/2001 - 5019148014423 more

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“~ * Get Labelling! * ~”

published 12/04/2015

easy to use, does the job

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...We recently moved offices. We decided that we wanted to be more organised in our new office, and have a better ?office system?. We decided one of the ways of being more organised would be to label everything. It was my job to to this and so the first step was buying a label machine (I never knew such a thing existed). We bought ours from Lyreco for around £60, however, I can see on Amazon that...

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Excellent

“5 Star Labels”

published 30/03/2015

Cheap, do the job, glide through printer with ease

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...To ensure that any outgoing post looks professional at work, I always ensure that my post has a typed address label on the front, rather than a hand-written address as I think it looks far neater and far more professional, so one stationery item we always need to keep in stock for this purpose is address labels, and like many other stationery items we use, our address labels come from the 5 star...

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Excellent

“the prestige”

published 05/05/2011

great performances

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...The Prestige Cutter (Michael Caine) the magician?s ingeneur (the man that designs the magician?s illusions) explains: ?Every great magic trick consists of three acts. The first act is called The Pledge: the magician shows you something ordinary, but of course? it probably isn?t. ?The second act is called The Turn: The magician makes his ordinary something do something extraordinary. Now if...

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